Another option, AdobeRGB, is commonly used in high-end digital photography. Selecting
AdobeRGB will cause the printer to interpret all colors as being in the Adobe RGB color space.
The AdobeRGB mode is designed to provide compatibility with emerging camera functionality. This
mode can be used for printing photos from digital cameras that support the Adobe RGB color space.
For example, if you set your camera to Adobe RGB and capture photos, those photos can be printed
from any application using the Adobe RGB color management selection.
If you are printing Adobe RGB images in Adobe Photoshop, set the Print Space Profile
in the Print with Preview dialog box to Adobe RGB, set the Intent to Perceptual, and select Use Black Point
Attempting to manage color with ICC profiles while the printer driver is set to AdobeRGB mode
is not recommended. Doing so will usually result in lower color fidelity.